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's ahead relatives of the victims watched as james holmes walked into the court. and now we know the charges he will face. >> read 142 counts in court today. >> shepard: including two counts of murder for each victim. tonight, what unfolded inside the courtroom. plus, is he even sane enough to stand trial? wal-mart bomb threats. at least 11 stores affected. >> we have seen people running in, walking out of wal-mart. >> now developments in the search for a suspect. and hiccups at the olympics from all those empty seats to an important set of stadium security keys that just disappeared. tonight, revealing the troubles at the 2012 games about. but first from fox this monday night. 116 counts of attempted murder. and 24 counts of murder in the first degree. those are among the charges prosecutors unveiled today against the man accused of opening fire at the movie theater in colorado. 12 people died in that attack in aurora earlier this month. but prosecutors hit james holmes with two dozen murder charges. one set of charges for deliberately setting out to kill people. another for som
. james holmes did not enter a plea today. but given the questions about his mental health and the news that he was seeing a psychiatrist legal experts say it's likely the former neuroscience student will try some sort of insanity defense. alicia acuna live in centennial colorado with the news tonight. alyssia, prosecutors still have to decide whether they want the government to kill him for his crimes, if convicted. >> that's right, shep. and the district attorney has indicated that's her preference. but carol chambers has more than a month to decide. today chambers held back on what her office could have charged holmes with, deciding to focus more on the victims in the theater than his apartment building, which police say he rigged to explode. experts say the defense will drag this out. >> given that this is likely a death penalty case, the strategy of the defense is to keep their client alive as long as possible. every opportunity to delay and get continuances i expect we will see that pursued. >> a conviction could also result in several life sentences. shep? >> shepard: what happen
of the batman movies. they say james holmes carefully planned every detail of the massacre. picked a front row see the in the sold out theater and according to the police came fully equipped to kill. >> the suspect was dressed all in black. he was wearing a ba lace ticks helmet. a tactical ballistic vest. ba list take leggings, a throat protector and groin protector and gas mask and black tactical gloves. >> shepard: and this is the gas mask on the ground just outside the theater. police say the suspect threw it there. and look at the arsenal police say he used. three guns like these all purchased legally according to good sources. an assault rifle, a shotgun, a handgun and a magazine that can hold more than 100 rounds of ammo so powerful at one point it passed through the wall from one theater to the next. cops say they found another pistol in his car. it is a different picture from the way the suspect described himself. he reportedly said he was quiet and easy going on an apartment rental application and his neighbors say, indeed, he was. he graduated with honors from the university of color
address of james holmes. as you mentioned, it was addressed to a campus psychiatrist. it is not known by the package never arrived or was never received by that particular psychiatrist. but, if, indeed he had received it and read it. if, indeed, the details forecast the attack, that psychiatrist would have been obligated to notify authorities. >> and as an exception to the normal doctor/patient privilege, in other words, had this package been opened, this doctor may well have had information that he was duty bound to share with the public, to share with law enforcement so that this kind of tragedy might have been averted. >> now, law enforcement source tells foxnews.com, the package arrived on july the 12th. we know now the attack happened on july the 20th. >> shepard: any more word on the suspect's apartment, the one he is said to have booby trapped. >> today the defense team got a look back inside the apartment. it appears these are the final sweeps for evidence. of course, this is the apartment that authorities say that james holmes had rigged into a death trap. now, the people liv
. >> this is the act apparently of a very deranged mind. >> his apartment is apparently booby trapped. >> the holmes family is is very upset about all of this. it is a tragic event. >> shepard: the survivors. >> horrific injury. i mean i don't know how else to explain it. it is horrific. >> shepard: and the victims including a young woman who cheated death just a few weeks ago. first from fox this third friday night, the suspect bought a movie ticket. he dressed in a gas mask goggles, body armor, technical gloves and covers for his neck and groin. ready for not a film but a war. survivors say they thought it was all part of the big show. a little extra pizzaz as one woman put it for batman's opening night. tear gas began to fill the theater and then gun fire, rapid fire and they realized this horror show was very real. tonight, police say 12 people dead including a 6-year-old girl. 59 others hurt including a tiny baby. today on studio b a witness said she wished she had died instead of those children and she almost did. when the gunman fired a warning shot at the ceiling and pointed the weapon direc
is green so who knows. 24-year-old holmes looked daze and disturbed like he might dozen off. somebody in the courtroom told him you are no tough guy now. holmes is accused of killing 12 people and wounding 60 in the theater of aurora, colorado. after today's colossal court appearance they don't know whether he is taking medication. today his family spoke out through a lawyer. >> the family wants to reiterate that their hearts go out to the victims and their families. the holmes family would like to maintain their privacy we will not be discussing james or his relationship to the family. we would expect courtesy in that regard. >> shepard: reporter asked whether the family stands by holmes. a lawyer said yes, they do. he is their son. we have team fox coverage. adam housley live at the theater with details about the shooting and the investigation. first, let's get to mike tobin who is live at the courthouse tonight. centennial, colorado. mike, holmes didn't say one word in court, did he? >> he didn't seem to talk to anyone, not even his lawyers. you can't escape his appearance, the way
other networks combined. >> shepard: hey, tom cat, that was fast. tom cruise and katy holmes has settled their divorce we're told less than two weeks after they called it quits. the couple married nearly six years ago. katy holmes blindsided her husband tom with the split he was overseas filming a movie. the couple has a 6-year-old daughter suri. katy holmes was seeking sole custody and the tabloids appeared to be gearing up for messy court fight. this quick end to the marriage could be the end to all of that jamie colby live in our new york city newsroom. both of them are staying pretty tight-lipped on all of this. what do we know? >> it's not surprising. i will tell you exactly what we know, shepard. i want to tell you this just coming out from the church of scientology a little bit of breaking news that my producer and i were able to generate. the whole divorce it h. to do with whether or not the church wanted to take some more custody or some more time with baby suri and that katy holmes was concerned about it and they have given us basically that the church has no comment, i'm quoti
and claimed the contents of the package are confidential between doctor and patient. james holmes is accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58 others during a shooting rampage in aurora, colorado. new york daily news claims he has no memory of the attack and doesn't know why he was behind bars. alicia acuna live from aurora, colorado. wants investigators to hand over the contents of that package immediately. right? that's right the prosecution asked. in the filing prosecution argued that the based on inaccuracies in the media reports about the notebook including reports from fox news. the judge is expected to address the matter during monday's hearing. jon? >> jon: and the suspect heads back to court on monday, right? what do we expect? >> yes, he he does. james holmes is not required to speak during this hearing. he just has to acknowledge that he understands the charges against him. his attorneys can speak for him as they did this past monday when he was read his rights. holmes faces potential for hundreds of charges ranging from murder to unlawful entry through a back door with intent
asked whether the family stands by holmes. a lawyer said yes, they do. he is their son. we have team fox coverage. adam housley live at the theater with details about the shooting and the investigation. first, let's get to mike tobin who is live at the courthouse tonight. centennial, colorado. mike, holmes didn't say one word in court, did he? >> he didn't seem to talk to anyone, not even his lawyers. you can't escape his appearance, the way he would stretch his eyes wide open and then seem like he was drifting off to sleep. that prompted a lot of questions about whether he had been sedated in jail. we got no answer. with all of the unanswered questions, the dtrict attorney, carol chambers says we are just at the beginning of all of this. >> i would say there is no such thing as a slam dunk case. it is a case where we will -- we are still looking at the enormous amount of evidence and we would never presume that it would be slam dunk. we will work very hard on this case to prosecute it just like we would any other case. >> now the death penalty is an option that chambers is leaving on th
bombs and booby traps to take down the entire apartment building. james holmes is accused of killing 12 people, wounding 5 the others in the movie theater rampage last week. a fox news crew reports it did not cross any police lines to get this video of his apartment. we're told you can see a soldiers of misfortune poster on a bedroom wall. our crews were also on scene when cops and prosecutors showed up at the building and went inside the apartment. mike tobin is there now aurora, colorado. we are getting new information about the suspect's next court appearance. >> and we know, shepard, that we're not going to get another look at james holmes in his orange hair at least not for the arraignment on monday. that is because the county district judge william sylvester has rule nod cameras or electronic recording equipment will be allowed in the courtroom. he didn't give a reason why. since there is a tunnel that connects the jail to the courthouse, we know we won't get another look at him. detectives, however, did get another look inside james holmes' apartment. they will went there with pr
, right? what do we expect? >> yes, he he does. james holmes is not required to speak during this hearing. he just has to acknowledge that he understands the charges against him. his attorneys can speak for him as they did this past monday when he was read his rights. holmes faces potential for hundreds of charges ranging from murder to unlawful entry through a back door with intent to commit a further crime. it's all up to the d.a. >> chambers has to make some decisions. does she want to streamline this case with just murder charges or does she want to throw the book at the defendant? >> cameras are not allowed in the courtroom on monday. however, holmes does have access to tv news and newspapers, jon? >> jon: alewis i can't -- alicia acuna in denver. thanks. time is up and right now there is no deal to end a global standoff over guns. u.s. is asking for more time united states treaty to it crack down on illegal weapons dealers. supporters say it will save lives. dozens of american lawmakers are threatening to block the treaty warning it could effect gun rights in the u.s. bipartisan gro
them despite open records requests from several news organizations. 24-year-old james holmes recently dropped out of a neuroscience ph.d. program there. it's really unclear why. we know his grades weren't that good. police say it was just weeks before last friday's deadly shooting rampage. officials say the man killed 12 people and injured 59 others in that attack. today, first responders paid their victims' respect at a makeshift memorial. several hospitals treated the wounded. they have now announced that they will help out with medical expenses by limiting fees or waiving them all together for the victims. and in washington, house lawmakers passed a resolution honoring victims and their families. as well as the first responders. police are looking for a man they say attacked a woman in the middle of a charity mission. and they say the blog she used to help breast cancer survivors may have helped her attacker commit that crime. the woman was about a month into her 1500-mile trip rowing solo around lake michigan to raise money for breast cancer survivors. she says the man in this ske
say accused killer james holmes used in the shooting at the movie theater in aurora, colorado. governor quinn of illinois says that shooting was one of the factors in his decision to call for a ban. a republic lawmaker says the governor's plan is just a political move. other gun control measures have failed in the illinois state legislature. more than a week after the movie theater massacre in aurora, cops have arrested this man for sparking panic in another theater at another midnight screening of the same movie. witnesses tell police that he got into a fight with another movie goer and left the theater. but that he soon returned wearing black gloves and screaming this is it. more than 100 people are said to have run for the exits. cops say he did not fire a weapon but they could smell alcohol on him. happened last night in miami beach. police across the country have now made several arrests linked to the screenings of the dark night rises. a man in florida went free after spending more than 20 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. but tonight he is back behind bars.
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